Belgian motocross GP rider Jago Geerts has a message for his fans: “Hey guys. Check out my cool helmet cam footage at the legendary Lommel race track. Enjoy the ride”.
Under normal circumstances JM Honda Racing team manager Jacky Martens would just have returned from Saint-Jean d’Angély and was scheduled to prepare for the Italian MXGP in Maggiora.
Belgian motocross ace Jago Geerts is back training hard as he awaits the resumption of the 2020 motocross world championship season.
We are coming up to the 10th anniversary of the tragic passing of Australian motocross and supercross legend Andrew McFarlane.
While the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak steals so much of our attention away and pretty much ruins 2020 as a going concern, it’s probably a good time to look back at a few recent highlights, just to cheer us all up … Continue reading →
Due to the worldwide measures against the spread of Coronavirus, motorsport is currently experiencing unforeseen downtime.
The world’s organising body, Infront Moto Racing, has announced further changes to the 2020 MXGP racing calendar.
The first round of the 2020 FIM Motocross World Championship season saw Dutchman Jeffrey Herlings and Belgian rider Jago Geerts take the wins in the MXGP and MX2 classes.
With the off-season over and the final preparations done, the time has come to begin another year of the FIM Motocross World Championship, in England this weekend.
No doubt about it, while the MXGP class of 2020 has a strong feel about it, the MX2 boys are also going to be putting on a massive show.
Slovenian MXGP world champion Tim Gajser and Australian Mitch Evans can’t wait for the 2020 MXGP season to kick off.
Who are the next generation of riders ready to take up the mantle when the current generation are done racing? Can Liam Everts follow the footsteps of his father and grandfather before him?
Tom Vialle is the newest member of the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team. Learn the story of how his family are sharing in his dream for MXGP glory.
The official entry lists for the opening round of the 2020 FIM Motocross World Championships are out now.
Can Italy’s Antonio Cairoli make it 10 motocross world titles next year? He’s 35 years old and, although we hate to say it, time is probably not on his side.
The 2020 MXGP season is coming, with a stacked field including Herlings, Prado, Gajser, Cairoli, Coldenhoff, Febvre, Desalle, Paulin, Seewer, Tonus, Bobryshev, Simpson, etc.
The MXGP season is not too far away, so it’s an ideal time to take a look at where the riders will be lining up in 2020.
The presence of GasGas in the FIM Motocross World Championship has been expanded with the Diga Procross GasGas Factory Juniors squad stepping up in 2020.
It won’t be long before the 2020 MXGP kicks off, so what better time to whet your appetite for the upcoming race season.
Tony Cairoli The Movie … for any fan of top-class motocross, that’s got to be worth a look, right?